You may think that the term ‘broadloom’ is a particular texture used by carpet manufactures. However, this is not the case at all. It consists of two terms: broad plus loom. As you can see, it is referring to tufted carpets with 12 feet to 15 feet in width. Another term for this caret is ‘wall-to-wall’ or integrated carpet.
Have you encountered any problems while flooring all the inches of your house with carpet? Exactly what I thought. It is hard to floor your place with common commercial carpets. The carpet is either too big so you have to cut the carpet or it is too small that there will be some places remaining empty. This will give a non-appealing appearance to your place and the carpet.
In this case, your best option will be integrated (wall-to-wall) or broadloom carpets. But how can it be of any help? Well, these carpets are specially designed and woven based on the customers’ orders for their house or workplaces. By choosing this type of carpet, the customers are intending to give their place an attractive look.